Celebrating educators: Acknowledge, honor, energize, and renew

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Image for aesthetic effect only - May-6-thumbnail 2 The 2020-21 school year has been like no other. Educators at every level have gone above and beyond to provide continuous learning and support student well-being. As this year comes to an end, how do we acknowledge and honor the accomplishments of this past year as we prepare to energize and renew for the next school year? Join leaders from Baltimore County Public Schools in Maryland to learn new strategies for celebrating your educators.     Participants of this webinar will: Learn innovative, tangible ways to celebrate educators; Understand the importance of gratitude and acknowledgment; Consider efforts needed now to re-energize for the school year ahead; and Share their own experiences and ideas.

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